"Type V Secretion Systems" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Secretion systems of GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA (single membrane proteins or multiprotein complexes) that carry out secretion of proteins from the PERIPLASMIC SPACE to the EXTRACELLULAR SPACE via a beta-barrel transmembrane pore. There are several T5SS subtypes: T5aSS monomeric autotransporters, T5bSS two-partner secretions systems (TPSS), T5cSS trimeric autotransporters, T5dSS fused two-partner secretion systems, and T5eSS autotransporters with inverted domains.
|Type V Secretion Systems
- Type V Secretion Systems
- Bacterial Secretion System, Type V
- Type 5 Secretion System
- Type V Secretion System
- Type 5 Secretion Systems
Two-Partner Secretion Systems
- Two-Partner Secretion Systems
- Secretion Systems, Two-Partner
- Systems, Two-Partner Secretion
- Two Partner Secretion Systems
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